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Today the Wolf Creek Grist Mill has been restored to operating condition & the Fromme Cabin that was moved to the property several years ago is completed and is our new welcome center. An 1880 saw mill and 7 other historic log cabins have been donated & moved to the site for restoration. Our overall plan is the completion of an historic village on the property, in order to preserve a vanishing...
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Acclaimed as one of Tennessee’s finest properties, the G.T. Wilburn & Son’s estate is one of the largest historical offerings ever to come to market in the South. Situated mid-way between Pulaski and Lawrenceburg, only seven miles off Highway 64 and sixty miles south of Nashville, this grist mill property is indeed one of a kind in the USA. The current 5th generation owners/heirs are offering...
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The Kentucky Old Mill Association (KOMA) was established as a non-profit organization in 2001 to promote interest in Kentucky old mills, their history, function, and preservation. KOMA is one of the regional chapters of the national Society for the Preservation of Old Mills (SPOOM). We usually...
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NBC meteorologist has seen fire and he's seen rain, and he will NOT moderate debate with climate denier James Taylor. A group of women tried to chart a new course for science. Instead, they sailed into the #MeToo debate. A judge just said “nope” to ExxonMobil’s efforts to stop an investigation...
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Use this space to tell people what your company does and why and how it does it. What're you known for? Who likes you? What's your number one competitive advantage? Include all the things that make your business unique and better than the competition. Do you have a patented 13-step process for...
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All Ulster County MLS listings: Real Estate broker for New York including the Hudson River area. Invest in the small town friendliness and laid-back lifestyle that we enjoy in Saugerties, New York. Nestled between the Catskill Mountains and the Hudson River, Saugerties is small town USA at its best. Saugerties is home to a variety of dining experiences as well as specialty shops, boutiques and...
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Located in an idyllic rural setting close to all amenities, the Log Village and Grist Mill Campground comprises 117 acres of mixed open field and woodland, five streams and two ponds. Six miles from the Vermont border and just 28 miles from the town of Lake George and the Adirondack National Park. “If I hadn't met my husband through Airbnb, I'd name this the best vacation/experience I've ever...
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Located in the heart of the picturesque village of Warm Springs in Bath County, Virginia, The Inn at Gristmill Square offers 17 rooms and suites. Upon obtaining the inn and restaurant, owners John and Kate Loeffler committed to pouring their hearts and souls into creating an inn and restaurant that is a premier destination for food and travel lovers. They strive to provide every guest with a...
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Homestead Gristmill - Restored 18th century Gristmill located in Central Texas. The first-known written record of our gristmill originally located along the Hollow Brook or ‘Mill’ Creek in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, is when a German immigrant named Asher Mott decided in 1768 to sell his share of the family property to his older brothers, John and Gershom. The property stayed in the family...
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Gristmill Studios is a small team of independent developers and artists focused on indie Xbox game development, iOS apps and more. Exciting News for XenoMiner fans! In order to support the studio, diversify our portfolio a bit and to help bring another developer or two on full time the Gristmill team has decided to target a second title release set in XenoMiner’s universe. Before you get antsy,...
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Loretto was founded in 1812 and originally called Glen Rock. In 1871 the name was changed to Loretto. The first settlers were primarily Catholic of German descent. Farming was the main source of income with sawmills, gristmills and wagon makers adding to the overall economic outlook of the community until the coming of the railroad in 1886. The transporting of lumber by rail became a big...
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The Historic Old Mill of Guilford is an 18th century grist mill. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the mill is a popular tourist attraction... The Old Mill of Guilford was founded in North Carolina on Beaver Creek in 1767 to grind grain for the early settlers of what is now Guilford County. Today, the mill continues to produce all-natural, stone-ground, whole grain foods, just...
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DeBusk-Widener's Mill is located at the intersection of Routes 605 and 733, south of the Friendship community. The original mill was built around 1812 by Christopher DeBusk. The property was eventually purchased by William "Squire Bill" Widener, and he rebuilt the mill in 1861. Squire Bill was a prominent community figure and served not only as a miller but also as a millwright, Confederate...
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A museum of early rural Americana, open to the public. Built in 1845-46, Adams Mill was a grist mill producing assorted grades of flour for more than 100 years. Commercial milling ceased in 1951, but the machinery is still intact and was operational until a 2003 flood. The mill is a prime example of post and beam construction common among agricultural structures in Indiana in the 19th Century....
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Millstones.com offers the best selection of unique, antique millstones in the United States. We provide nationwide delivery service. Unique Millstones. Genuine Antique Millstones and Sugar Cane Syrup Kettles provide unique historical enhancements to your home or business landscape. Our Millstones and cast iron Sugar Cane Syrup Kettles are genuine historical artifacts recovered from all over the...
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Welcome to Sutton Mill Events. We are nestled in the northeast Georgia Mountains along the shoals of Sutton Creek and an hour and fifteen minutes from Atlanta. Sutton Mill Events is situated on five acres and is only a few miles from the City of Clarkesville with its quaint shops and restaurants. Sutton Mill Events is housed in a restored 1890’s grist mill. The Mill House, Miller’s Cottage...
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Thanks for the support of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area. Click on the logo to visit their site. Type francis mill into their "search the site" space to find information for Francis Mill. (The mill is approximately 2.4 miles from Main Street, Waynesville on Highway 276 SOUTH. GPS coordinates are 35 degrees 28-48N, 82 degrees 57-45 W. The elevation is about 2739 ft.). FMPS would like to...
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Built in 1875, the Emlenton Mill was one of the first steam powered grist mills in the United States. Later converted to gas and then electricity the Mill was in operation for over 100 years. Located in Emlenton, the southern gateway to the Oil Heritage Region, the Mill sat on the scenic Allegheny River, close to the Allegheny River Bike trail. It was located just off I80 at exit 45 on Main...
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Butte Creek Mill Built in 1872, and still completely water-powered, the Butte Creek Mill is one of Southern Oregon’s favorite destinations, as people come to take home the wholegrain goodness of the Mill's flours and mixes, along with a whole lot of history. Because of overwhelming support, and how much the Mill means to the economic landscape of Eagle Point and the Southern Oregon region,...
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Dawt Mill offers fine dining, fly fishing, river fun, canoeing and kayaking, and fine lodging, all for very affordable prices. Perhaps you are new to Dawt Mill. Perhaps you know us well. Either way, if it has been more than a short while since your last visit we’re sure you’ll be delighted by our ever-changing backdrop provided by mother nature, water sports adventures, comfortable lodging,...
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